The third installment of our daily 2019 All-Tournament Team, as selected by David La Vaque and Loren Nelson.

Ben Troumbly
Greenway | Junior

Slick stickhandler and precision shooter brought the Raiders back from the edge of defeat, scoring late in regulation and again 23 seconds into overtime. The 5-foot-5, 130-pound St. Cloud State commit, who missed part of the season because of injury, boosted his scoring totals to 24 goals and 20 assists.

Jack Smith
St. Cloud Cathedral | Junior

Minnesota Duluth commit scored his second and third goals of the tournament, giving him 30 on the season, as he continued to lead the Crusaders’ “Unfinished Business” charge toward the program’s first championship.

Liam Malmquist
Edina | Senior

Dizzying back-and-forth passing play with linemate Brett Chorske in the third-period resulted in Malmquist’s second goal of the night, third of the tournament and 29th of the season. A night after firing 12 shots on goal in the quarterfinals, Malmquist (pictured above) registered eight against St. Thomas Academy. 

Keegan Langefels 
Eden Prairie | Senior

Ignited the Eagles four-goal second-period explosion with a goal and two assists. His booming-shot presence on the power play, where he had a goal and an assist, was crucial for a team that got limited production from its front-line stars.

Nick Williams
Edina | Sophomore

Just a pup compared to his battle-hardened fellow defensemen, Williams, a Gophers commit, assisted on Jett Jungels’ first-period goal and logged crucial minutes down the stretch in the third, standing out especially as a penalty killer.

Noah Amundson
St. Cloud Cathedral | Senior

Kept his cool amid the chaos surrounding him in the second period, making 15 of his 33 saves against an East Grand Forks team attacking the net with non-stop ferocity. He has allowed just two goals in his last six games.

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